Application Context

In software development, application context refers to the environment or setting in which an application operates, including all the parameters, configurations, and state information necessary for its execution. This context provides access to essential services and resources needed by an application, such as database connections, configuration data, and file paths. In web applications, it can also refer to session information that tracks user interactions. Understanding and managing the application context is crucial for developers to ensure that applications function correctly, efficiently, and securely within their intended environments.